Answered By: Erin Hvizdak
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2020     Views: 144

You can find article databases (such as: EBSCO, ProQuest, JSTOR, CQ Researcher, Lexis-Nexis) by going to the library website. In the center of the page, there are links to Databases and EJournals which will take you to an A-Z list of the databases/journals we have access to. 

You can then either locate a database/journal by name, or you can find databases in your subject area by using the provided drop-down menu.

You can also access an article through Search It. When you find a journal article in Search It that you want, check to see if it says "Online Access" or "Full Text Available." Then click on Access Options and the link to the database. For example:

Database record of an article

Access options section of a database record

WSU also has numerous journals in print on the regular book stacks.


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